These umbrellas exemplify how an everyday object becomes art. Enjoy these parasols. (Click images for credits)
Life as a House invents the spaces Toronto artist Lee Richmond dreams of — the houses, the rooms, the colors, the textures — and in this exploration of her mind at play she subtly reveals her unique view of life.
Estonian illustrator and graphic designer Eiko Ojala creates these works as if they’ve been paper cut, although they are actually drawn. It’s his skill with light and shadow that makes the landscapes and figures pop. This popular artist shows up now frequently on book covers, in magazines and […]
These Pantone dessert style color swatches were created by French art director Emilie Guelpa for food magazine Fricote. White icing is topped by fruits, candies, vegetables, and other foods in Pantone colors. So creative.
Nicolas Ruel transfigures urban spaces with very long exposures that condense each photo into “a kind of 8-second micromovie.” The Montreal artist assembles key moments in a single take, then prints the large-scale works on stainless steel. Iconography, his latest exhibition, is on at Thompson Landry Gallery in […]
These arresting works are by a part-time artist, a carpenter, in Vancouver, who uses the pseudonym TerbyWonder. The technique is superb, and the creativity sublime. He clearly has an affinity for capturing the mysteries of women.